With the August Primary election now two weeks away, more and more candidates have been out in the community campaigning, trying to convey their positions to voters.
Today some of those running for state offices were in attendance at a forum hosted by the Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce.
The representatives although in competition with each other all seemed to agree that the interior's number one priority was to find a way to solve the interior's energy needs.
The group also agreed that spending cuts were a high priority. The dilemma was where the cuts should come from.
The chamber plans on having three more forums in the near future before the election on the 28th.
KTVF will be AIRING interviews with all of the candidates over the next two weeks to help you make a decision on who you think represents your positions best.